Children's book bank fosters growing assets

March 1995
Publishers Weekly;3/27/1995, Vol. 242 Issue 13, p29
Trade Publication
Focuses on the Children's Book Bank program sponsored by the New Orleans-Gulf South Booksellers Association (NOGSBA) which provides needy children and young adults in the New Orleans-Gulf South with new and gently-read books. Collection of book donations from publishers and parents; NOGSBA's plan to distribute brochures about the program to increase independent booksellers' participation.


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